Weddings are truly beautiful things. It’s always a great deal of fun to witness them and to recollect those wonderful moments many years down the road, either in pictures and prints or through videos. I happened to attend a wedding dinner of a family friend recently and it was one of the most memorable one of all time. Not only was the wedding somewhat a reunion for many of us to meet up our long lost friends, it was an eye opening time for a new age of fashion with everyone dressing up in their best.
When I thought it would be another evening gown event for all the pretty ladies around until I saw how beautiful the bride was. She really did dress up to kill for the memorable night. All the glitters on her neck almost blinded me as those were believed to be real diamonds. She was dressed in a crown of pure white mystic roses nestled in her long tumbling curls with ribbons of silver and violet, a silver sapphire pin, a pair of sparkling diamond earrings in the shape of a starburst, a pair of elbow-length white satin gloves with diamond clasps, a pair of delicate white lace slippers with silvery ribbons which tie about the ankles and an exquisite low cut gown of diaphanous white satin with a train of silvery laces that caught the light with every movement. I was stunned for a moment with such beauty.
The groom himself did not disappoint me either. He was wearing a Ralph Lauren tuxedo with silver piping on the lapels and cuffs, a white satin shirt with some silver trims, a beautifully crafted grey vest with diamond-like buttons, a pair of white breeches with a double band of black and silver down each leg and a translucent crystal-like red rose pin. He was stunningly handsome as if he was popped out from one of the top men’s fashion magazine.
This was the most spectacular wedding ceremony that anyone had attended and I would gladly claim that I had participated in the memorable moment for years to come. After all, I was also dressed in my best tuxedo during the group photography session?I'm thirsty for a drink now. Would you be kind enough to treat me?